When it comes to the origins of the Universe, there’s one idea that really captures our imagination: everything, even time itself, started with the Big Bang.
The concept of the Big Bang is difficult to describe and problematic to measure, however that’s exactly what two major projects have set out to do: one on Earth, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the other in space, ESA’s Planck mission.
In this edition of Space, Euronews gets to the heart of the matter and attempts to discover how matter and everything in the Universe came into being.
We speak with experts from the CERN, Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, Sorbonne University and ESA, all studying how the Universe works.
ESA Euronews: Big Bang: Εξερευνώντας πώς ξεκίνησε το σύμπαν
ESA Euronews: Planck maps the dawn of time
Planck’s view of the Universe
Planck reveals an almost perfect Universe
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